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Division
Morgan Sindall Construction and Infrastructure
Ref
66975
Vacancy title
Administrator (Health & Safety)
Function(s)
Administration/Secretarial, SHEQ
Contract type
Full time permanent
Region
East
Location(s)
Peterborough
Description

Administrator (Health & Safety)

Location: Peterborough 

Talented people are the key to our success

*Morgan Sindall has a commitment to sourcing candidates directly and as such we do not accept speculative CV’s from agencies.* 

About us: 

Would you like to work for a progressive and ambitious company which is also one of the most successful within the UK construction and infrastructure industry?  

Morgan Sindall provides national construction and infrastructure services to private and public sector customers across a comprehensive range of markets. We aim to create great results for our customers, partners and ourselves. 

Opportunity: 

We have a fantastic opportunity within our Rail & Electrification business for an ambitious and talented Administrator on the Werrington Grade Separation Junction. 

The Administrator will undertake technical administration, SHEQ reporting and data analysis to ensure evidence and compliance on all live projects. You will assist the SHEQ team in recording of statistics, accident records and general safety related documentation for producing detailed reports. 

Read more about our Rail work here - https://construction.morgansindall.com/rail 

The person:

  • Educated to NVQ level or equivalent
  • Relevant CSCS card
  • Excellent IT skills
  • Previous experience within a similar role is advantageous 

We are looking for people who share our passion for the project at hand whilst also being able to work within a fun and hardworking team environment. 

The Project:

Werrington Grade Separation Junction - circa £150m  

One of the worst bottlenecks on the East Coast main line is the junction at Werrington, near Peterborough.

Currently, slow moving freight trains using the Stamford lines and the Great Northern Great Eastern lines need to cross over three lines of the East Coast main line, causing high speed passenger trains to have to slow down. This multimillion pound investment will mean freight trains no longer need to do this but will instead dive under the East Coast main line.

Morgan Sindall is designing and building a new two-track railway line, more than 3km in length, under the East Coast Main Line at the Werrington Junction that will enable high-speed trains to pass over the Great Northern Great Eastern Line. Existing Stamford Lines will be widened to the west to create four tracks. The central pair of tracks will then dive into a new underpass, below the ECML, and rise to meet the GNGE line approximately 600m after.

Site investigations are well underway and Morgan Sindall is currently taking the GRIP 4 Design through to GRIP 5. Main site works are planned from late Summer 2018 until completion in Spring 2021.

About our Rail & Electrification Team

 

Our customers benefit from the multi-disciplined service we offer in the high speed and underground rail sectors with expertise covering electrification and civil engineering as well as building capabilities including structures, lineside infrastructure, station enhancements and new build.

Our team consists of more than 275 staff - including safety critical staff certified up to engineering supervisor competence level. We work across the UK and Scotland with offices in London, Ware, Rugby, Stoke and Glasgow.

We are a leading provider of construction and isolation services to the rail industry, offering design and build 25kv overhead line and light rail electrification systems, complemented by our own fleet of specialist rail plant.

 

Our Electrification team provides services across the UK, with a base in Ware, Hertfordshire supported by a specialist electrification training centre and plant depot at Swynnerton, Staffordshire, and Scotland depot at Larkhall, South Lanarkshire.

 

Our expertise is focused not only on effective project delivery but also on minimising railway user and environmental disruption through innovative working practices.  These include ‘live launch’ bridge construction - where bridges are installed while railways beneath remain operational and ‘offline’ construction and modularisation techniques within stations.

 We can potentially consider certain types of flexible working in this role for the right candidate, subject to meeting business needs. 

Morgan Sindall is an equal opportunities employer and has been accredited with the Positive About Disabled People ‘Two Ticks’ accreditation.  We are also an Investors in People company.

 

Morgan Sindall is unable to employ anyone who does not have the legal right to live and work in the UK.

In the recruitment process all applicants are required to provide the necessary right to work information and documentation.

 

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